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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Asia Vision
  • DVD Release Date: November 17, 2009
  • Run Time: 900 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002IRYYP0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,277 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Its marginally better then the previous entries but that isn't saying much.
Stephen M. Kopian
Don't buy on blu-ray - not worth it, not enough action as that's what I was looking for in this movie.
T. Samuels
Nice selection of movies but the video quality is so bad it is unwatchable.
Tall Paul

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Brian Bee on December 9, 2009
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This really is a great release from VideoAsia, a company known for putting out rare and often out-of-print films in an accessible manner. While calling any of these releases "DVD quality" would be laughable, being that they are almost invariably nothing more than VHS tapes shakily converted to a digital format, audio hiss and all, the fact of the matter is that most of the films were only ever available on videotape anyway. I'm not going to complain about a glorified bootlegging company refusing to remaster their releases when I have been searching for any copy of some of these films for years. Beggars can't be choosers, as they say. For example, "Black Cobra IV: Detective Malone," the reason for my purchase of this product, runs a hefty price tag on the underground market since it was never released in any format in North America, with the only true copy being a Japanese VHS release with English audio and Japanese subtitles. I could never bring myself to pay to import such a thing, so I could not have been happier when I found that VideoAsia was willing to simply place a copy of that exact item on video disc, Japanese subtitles intact. The film is horrendous, exactly what I was looking for, as Fred Williamson actually refused to participate in this fourth Italian blaxploitation version of Stallone's "Cobra." Instead of new footage of Williamson, it is comprised of nothing but scenes from previous installments rearranged to almost appear coherent. Packaged with other rare gems such as "Mafia Vs. Ninja" and "Black Emmanuelle II," one really couldn't ask for much more from this highly recommended three-disc DVD release.
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By CRZ on November 13, 2009
Not to be confused with "Black Dynamite," a funny 2009 film, this is actually a ten film on 3 discs "blaxploitation collection" from Thug City Chronicles, some of which may or may not actually fall under the tag of blaxploitation - I found the cover at Target's site and squinted a lot, so here now is your list of included films:

Kill Factor
Pacific Inferno
Black Emanuelle 2
Miami Cop
Savage Island
Street Hunter
Indio
Detective Malone
Mercenary Fighters
Mafia vs. Ninja

You're welcome, Amazon.

I've seen none of these films and can't speculate as to their relative worth, but I HAVE learned that when you put 10 films in a box set, you can bet they weren't really hot and in demand on their own.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Stephen M. Kopian on January 5, 2010
Video Asia has once more returned to video tape sourced movie for their latest release of films. Its an odd mix of "urban" oriented films. As I write this I've seen all but 2 of the films and its an okay collection, all full screen. Most are watchable, none really remarkable.

Kill Factor- is an Al Adamson cop/martial arts film with Jim Kelly. The action is good, though the plot, about a cold bomb, makes zero sense.

Pacific Inferno-Jim Brown in a low budget war film about soldiers forced to recover silver from the bottom of Manila bay for the Japanese. Much too talky.

Black Emanuelle 2- after a spicy opening this film bogs down into mostly talk as a doctor tries to cure his amnesiac patient. Its BORING.

Miami Cop- Okay cop drama with Richard Roundtree. He's slumming here and knows it.

Savage Island- This was cut from two other films with a couple of minutes with new material of Linda Blair in a wrap around. Its a "Women in Jungle Prison" film thats not bad for what it is but one should probably look for the original films.

Street Hunter- Good action film with Steve James battling a silly John Leguizamo and Reb Brown for control of a city's under world. Mindless fun

Indio- solid exploitation fare with a half Indian marine fighting Brian Dennehy for control of his people's land. Boxer Marvin Hagler costars (and starred in the sequel)

Detective Malone- final film in the weak Black Cobra film is finally here in the US though it has Japanese subtitles. Its marginally better then the previous entries but that isn't saying much.

I haven't seen the last two films yet,Mercenary Fighters or Mafia vs. Ninja.

Over all its an okay set. Whether you'll want to splurge for this will depend on whether you want to see any of the films. Personally if you can get this cheap enough and are a fan of exploitation films I'd say give it a shot.
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By B. Rigg on December 16, 2012
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this a really good set of discs with some classic films which are full of action bad dialogue bad jokes even badder acting but i love them for all these reasons.picture quality varies as does the sond but for the price a bargain
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Hoopy Frood on April 13, 2010
Thanks to a broken link between "dvd price se4rch d0t c0m" and an online store I wound up with this collection instead of the Michael Jai White movie I wanted. I was rather upset at first...

But then I watched it. As a long time fan of bad movies (I'm a die-hard MST3K fan) this collection of 10 movies for a rock-bottom price actually turned out to be a boon... if you like this sort of thing.

The digital transfers are pretty low-quality. They are digital rips of mediocre VHS versions of the films. But the content is 100% grindhouse. Several of the films are only arguably 'blaxploitation' - they are often just campy rubbish that happens to have actor(s) of African decent.

I highly recommend "Kill Factor". Jim Kelly is true to form in an appallingly bad movie that has Kung Fu, a freeze bomb and promotes malt liquor as a health elixir. It co-stars both George Lazenby and "Odd Job" for you Bond freaks out there. If you've seen "Operation Double 007" a.k.a. "OK Connery" then you must check this out!

"Mercenary Fighters" is even worse. It ineffectually presents the legitimate horrors or war in a nauseatingly 80's flavored movie portraying government-sponsored genocide in central Africa. It stars a surprisingly-profane Peter Fonda (no joke - Peter Fonda!) and that lovable lunk-head Reb "My Purse!" Brown from "Space Mutiny" of MST3K fame. Again, hardly blaxploitation, but it's set in Africa and co-stars Ron O'Neal and Robert DoQui... so I guess it qualifies?

"Mafia vs. Ninja" was a shock to include, even for this collection. It's set in Shanghai and (I think) is about Triad mafia getting pushed around by the Yakuza...
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